Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as a Free eBook & Audio Book


“All mod­ern Amer­i­can lit­er­a­ture comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huck­le­ber­ry Finn. Amer­i­can writ­ing comes from that. There was noth­ing before. There has been noth­ing as good since.” That’s what Ernest Hem­ing­way, had to say about Mark Twain’s 1885 nov­el, The Adven­tures of Huck­le­ber­ry Finn. The book, now in the pub­lic domain, can be down­load for free in ebook and audio­books for­mats. Find them here:

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Find many more great clas­sics in our twin col­lec­tions: 800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kin­dle & Oth­er Devices and 1,000 Free Audio Books: Down­load Great Books for FreeAnd if you are look­ing for a pro­fes­sion­al­ly read ver­sion of Huck­le­ber­ry Finn, you might also want to explore down­load­ing one for free from They have a great, no-strings-attached deal. If you start a 30 day free tri­al with, you can down­load two free audio books of your choice. Get more details on the offer here.

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Free Online Lit­er­a­ture Cours­es

Bill Mur­ray Gives a Delight­ful Read­ing of Twain’s Huck­le­ber­ry Finn (1996)

Nor­man Rock­well Illus­trates Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer & Huck­le­ber­ry Finn (1936–1940)

Mark Twain & Helen Keller’s Spe­cial Friend­ship: He Treat­ed Me Not as a Freak, But as a Per­son Deal­ing with Great Dif­fi­cul­ties

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